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General Municipal Election Final Results
Posted Date:
3/31/2014
The Manual Audit of the March 25, 2014, General Municipal Election has been accomplished.

Four provisional ballots, three in Sarasota County and one in Manatee County, were considered and accepted by both Canvassing Boards, slightly revising the total vote count.  The Audit resulted in the following totals for the Candidates:

 

Lynn Larson, Re-elected as District 1 Commissioner (ran unopposed)

Patricia Zunz, Re-elected as District 5 Commissioner (ran unopposed)

 

Commission District 3

Manatee

Sarasota

Total

Terry Gans

Election Day

113

206

319

Early Voting

117

494

611

Absentee Ballots

85

237

322

Provisional Ballots

1

1

2

Total Votes:

316

938

1254

 

 

 

Ray Rajewski

 

 

 

Election Day

81

150

231

Early Voting

108

370

478

Absentee Ballots

59

162

221

Provisional Ballots

 

2

2

Total Votes:

248

684

932

Commission District At-Large

Manatee

Sarasota

Total

Armando Linde

Election Day

94

120

214

Early Voting

103

331

434

Absentee Ballots

72

140

212

Provisional Ballots

1

1

2

Total Votes:

270

592

862

 

 

 

Irwin Pastor

 

 

 

Election Day

101

228

329

Early Voting

123

526

649

Absentee Ballots

72

250

322

Provisional Ballots

 

2

2

Total Votes:

296

1006

1302

 

Sarasota County Portion of Longboat Key:

 

School Board Referendum (Precinct Totals)

 

Precinct - 201

FOR

AGAINST

Registered Voters   4,121

Polling            251

Polling            114

Early Voting   595

Early Voting    265

Absentee       311

Absentee          99

Provisional         3

Provisional          0

Total Votes

                    1,160

                       478

Total Votes Cast: 1,638

 

 

 
 
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